Best Social and Community Apps 2022

Explore from 1100+ curated apps and tools to help you build, grow and manage your online community. Inspired by interactions and conversations with over 150 community builders, we have curated a list of the best community apps to help you seamlessly navigate every part of community building.
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Spotify Greenroom

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Spotify is a commercial music streaming service that provides restricted digital content from a range of record labels and artists. Users can browse through the interface by artist, album, genre, playlist, record label, and direct searches. It also enables individuals to create, share, and edit playlists with other users. If users want recommendations, they can integrate their system with, an application that provides music recommendations based on listening history. The radio feature installed in Spotify creates random playlists for its users that are related to preferred artists. Spotify is available for mobile device platforms such as Android, Blackberry, Boxee, iOS, Linux, MeeGo, Squeezebox, Windows mobile, and more.


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Spotify Greenroom

Talk about the music you love. Debate fantasy sports picks. Create rooms for your friends. Be heard on your favorite topics. On Greenroom you'll find conversations with top artists, athletes, and people in the know. Preview upcoming rooms and add them to your calendar so you don't miss out. Browse groups on any subject, from teams to bands to topics that have the world talking. It’s easy to create Live Rooms and start your own conversations about any topic. Select a group and start the conversation, then see who tunes in.